Big containerships go flat out to avoid pirate attacks
LARGE containerships in the deepsea trades between Asia and Europe are under orders to go flat out in the Gulf of Aden, where pirates are turning their attention to bigger vessels that, until recently, were regarded as relatively safe from attack, writes Janet Porter .
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